It’s almost here. The launch trailer proves it.
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is out next week on August 23, and if you haven’t pre-loaded the encrypted game files, now’s the time to do it. Pre-loading saves you time to unlock, unpack, and install the game, allowing you to play as soon as possible. It’s a bit of a no brainer, especially if you have less than stellar internet speeds.
Last week, Eidos announced PC users would be able to pre-download the game through Steam starting tomorrow, August 19 and also released the system specs.
The game won’t support DirectX 12 at launch, but the development hopes to patch it in during the the week of September 5, but it may take a bit longer, depending.
Nvidia has also released the latest set of video card drivers, so be sure to download version 372.54 as these are the official drivers for the game.
Pre-download is also available as an option for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users. It has been available on the latter for some time now, and PS4 owners can start downloading games files this coming Sunday, August 21 at midnight local time.
Be sure to check back with us in the days to come, because we’ll post review scores once the embargo lifts, and we’ll have some other information on the game for you during launch week as well.